Immigration as environmental issue

Knickerbocker, Brad
December 1997
Christian Science Monitor;12/4/97, Vol. 90 Issue 7, p4
Looks at the debate among United States environmental groups about the impact immigration on the environment. The Sierra Club to decide whether to maintain its neutrality on immigration or to seek reductions; Why many environmental groups appear to disregard the working class, especially minorities; Groups supporting immigration reduction and groups who feel that environmental problems will not change with reduced immigration.


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